Tinnitus and Facial Reflexology

Tinnitus is the name for hearing noises that are not caused by sounds coming from the outside world. It's common and not usually a sign of anything serious. It might get better by itself and there are treatments that can help. There are several types and causes of tinnitus. According to the British Tinnitus Association, the exact reason why it occurs is not known. It seems it is generally agreed that Tinnitus can arise due to some kind of change in

Firsts Before Fifty!

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2022! The year where we can start over and make the most of life. What do you really want to do….who do you really want to be? It’s a time for New Years Resolutions, but maybe there is another way you can look at making a fresh start to the New Year….. I visited my dad over the Christmas break. He is retired, loves to bake and it’s something we enjoy chatting about. He offered

Trauma and Reflexology

Trauma can come about in many ways.  It can be the result of being involved in an accident, having gone through a major medical procedure, a sudden, dramatic change in your personal or working life. It can also come upon you unexpectedly.  Perhaps current circumstances in your life have triggered past painful memories bringing the feeling of trauma to the surface. We also have the current climate to deal with.  We’ve spent the last couple of years wrapped in uncertainty

Skin Health For Menopausal Women

It’s a fact that menopause can have a detrimental effect to our skin health Oestrogen is the hormone responsible for making you feel energetic and vibrant, helping you to maintain healthy skin, hair and enable you to feel clear headed and focus. We see a noticeable difference from our mid 40’s upwards as our oestrogen levels drop. This decline reduces collagen and elastin production which leads to dryer skin, fine lines, wrinkles, redness, sagging skin and more! So what can

Menopause; How Reflexology Can Help

Menopause is a hot topic these days! Some breeze through it and others can feel like their world is falling apart.  That’s not surprising when you read the list below of physical and emotional symptoms that menopause can bring. Hot flushes Night sweats Low libido Fatigue Headaches Aching joints Weight gain Drier skin Vaginal dryness Hair loss Depression Mood swings Forgetfulness Loss of confidence Low self esteem Anxiety Tearfulness No wonder this can be such a tough time for so many

Cold Water Swimming

Cold water!  The thought of immersing your body in it makes most people shudder! But did you know that cold water bathing has regained popularity over a recent years? Scandinavians are well known for using saunas then plunging into ice cold lakes.  They have been doing so since the early 1900’s. Research shows the health benefits supported by research include: Lower risk of infections by stimulating your immune system Reduced inflammation Reduces stress levels Reducing depression and improving your mental

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